Before we get started with the next challenge, I just wanted to let you all know that the Hybrid Chick, well actually, Cathrine of Paper Garden Projects, is hosting a free hybrid card making class in January.
The free “classes” will run on Tuesdays and Thursdays in January here on the blog. There will be freebies and lots of tips and techniques for combining digital scrapbooking kits with your traditional scrapbooking supplies. More information can be found by clicking on the image above.
Mark your calendars – classes start January 8th!
Since it’s the beginning of a new year, I just wanted to review how our challenges work.
Every other Sunday, members of the Card Caravan team will host a challenge right here on The Hybrid Chick blog. Our challenges are relatively simple like “use ribbon”, “use glitter” or “use the color blue” and allow you, the challenge chicks ;), to interpret our challenge to your creative style. We welcome cards and other projects for our challenges as long as they meet the challenge requirement. We just want you to get creative with us because we love seeing what you all come up with!
Now, on to our Favorite Peeps from our Snowflakes challenge! In no particular order, our Favorite Peeps are:
Congratulations! Here is a badge for you display on your blog.
Challenge #35 is all about using that negative space from a die or punch to create a peek-a-boo effect. How about some beautiful inspiration from the Card Caravan Chicks?
First up is Melissa’s card using Etc. by Danyale’s new kit Upside of Down.
Indah created this fun card using Wishing Well Creations’ collab (with Just Jaimee) Garden Party.
My card features a delicious plaid paper from Michelle Batton’s The End is the Beginning kit – isn’t that paper yummy looking???
Other Articles by wildblueeyez:
- Card Caravan: use flowers - April 28th, 2013
- Card Caravan Challenge - Shaped Cards - March 18th, 2013
- Card Caravan Challenge #36 – Winter - January 20th, 2013
- Simon Says… use this template! - January 16th, 2013
- Card Caravan #34: Snowflakes - December 23rd, 2012